Gicumbi private sector urged on district development

By IGIHE
On 22 August 2016 at 09:44

The deputy CEO of the Rwanda Governance Board (RGB), Fatuma Ndangiza has requested private investors to be involved in realizing the development of their districts.
She made the remarks at the end of last week in a ceremony of concluding the exhibition by partners of Gicumbi district held for the 4th time.
The exhibitions were dominated by non-governmental organizations operating in Gicumbi district which are said to be providing inadequate efforts in the districts’ development.
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The deputy CEO of the Rwanda Governance Board (RGB), Fatuma Ndangiza has requested private investors to be involved in realizing the development of their districts.

She made the remarks at the end of last week in a ceremony of concluding the exhibition by partners of Gicumbi district held for the 4th time.

The exhibitions were dominated by non-governmental organizations operating in Gicumbi district which are said to be providing inadequate efforts in the districts’ development.

Gicumbi district management recently announced that the number of partners present in the area does not match their contribution in the district’s development.

Fatuma Ndagiza urged them to play a role in the district’s development.

“You have exhibited good activities.The rest is to match such activities with programs enabling citizens’ progress and the district in general other than leaving all challenges to in the mayor’s docket. Matching your exhibited activities with the district goals would play a great role in the district’s development,” she said.

The deputy CEO of the Rwanda Governance Board (RGB), Fatuma Ndangiza in the middle (Putting on glasses)

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